A pop music radio show for people who already know plenty about pop music, hosted by Ron "Boogiemonster" Gerber and heard every Friday night from 10:30 to midnight on KFAI-FM, 90.3 FM Minneapolis, 106.7 FM St. Paul, and KFAI.org.
CHANGE OF HEART - Essra Mohawk (1985) [original version of Cyndi Lauper hit]
I KEEP FORGETTIN' - Chuck Jackson (1962) [original version of Michael McDonald hit]
ANY DAY NOW - Chuck Jackson (1962) [original version of Ronnie Milsap hit]
STEP BY STEP - Superiors (1987) [original version of New Kids On The Block hit]
TALK TALK TALK TALK - The Reaction (1977) [original version of Talk Talk hit]
ROUND HERE - Himalayans [original version of Counting Crows hit]
HOLDING BACK THE YEARS - Frantic Elevators (1982) [original version of Simply Red hit]
WHAT'S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT - Bucks Fizz (1982) [original version of Tina Turner hit]
BETTER BE GOOD TO ME - Spider (1981) [original version of Tina Turner hit]
PASS THE KOUCHIE - Mighty Diamonds (1982) [original version of Musical Youth hit, Pass The Dutchie]
ALONE - i-Ten (1983) [original version of Heart hit]
ALL I WANT TO DO IS MAKE LOVE TO YOU - Dobie Gray (1979) [original version of Heart hit]
WE BOTH BELIEVE IN LOVE - Supercharge (1979) [original version of Huey Lewis And The News hit, Do You Believe In Love]
AFTER THE LOVE IS GONE - Airplay (1979) [original version of Earth Wind And Fire hit]
BRÆNDT - Lis Sørensen (1993) [original version of Natalie Imbruglia hit, Torn]
April 13, 2015 Subject:
Bill Champlin was in Chicago
...not in Toto, though he did do backgrounds for them on certain tunes. Champlin was also in the 60's southern California band, Sons of Champlin, which was around for some time in the 60's and 70's.
Airplay actually consisted of David Foster, Jay Graydon, and Tommy Funderburk. Champlin was a guest vocalist on the album and lent his vocal to other tracks on this album as well. Tommy was the principle lead on the album along with Jay Graydon and it's Tommy who sings the verses of "After the Love is Gone". Jay has a nice voice but he didn't want to be the "vocalist" per se so Tommy was hired.
Also worth noting is that the tune was actually originally intended for Bill's first solo record, "Single". It was recorded and that recording was heard by Maurice White in EWF. EWF was a big deal back then so EWF was given the song and it was take off "Single". Airplay's version was released in 1980 after EWF's album.